MMO Week in Review: Magic Legends and more from PAX East


This week in MMOs, what should’ve been an epic week for online gaming with the arrival of PAX East took on a dismal cast instead, as the spreading coronavirus not only caused several major studios to pull out of PAX but CCP Games to cancel EVE Fanfest and the GDC organizers to postpone GDC until late this summer.

We did get some goodies out of PAX East all the same, though, including big news on Magic Legends, Guild Wars 2, LOTRO, and Dungeons and Dragons Online. Plus, we took a peek at Dragon Raja, welcomed Elder Scrolls Online’s Harrowstorm, previewed Path of Exile’s Delirium, and cheered the return of Shadow Arena. More tomorrow from PAX!

Read on to catch up with the very best of this week’s MMO news and opinions today as every Sunday in Massively Overpowered’s Week in Review!


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